First, in Swanny of Hugo, Inc. v. Integrity Mut. Ins. Co., the Minnesota Court of Appeals affirmed a jury award of roughly $860,000 in consequential damages to an insured in a first-party property insurance dispute but also affirmed the district court’s post-trial denial of the insured’s claim for bad-faith costs. In the second of the two cases, Dittel v. Farmers Ins. Exchange, the court of appeals affirmed the district court’s summary-judgment determination that an injured party’s claims against an alleged tortfeasor’s homeowner’s insurer were precluded by operation of an intentional-act exclusion in the insurer’s policy. Read more here.
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